Despite the slow start to the season, Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz sees his organization on the upswing.
Despite playing a different position and having trouble breathing on occasion, Andrew Wenger turned in his first two-goal game in MLS during the Union's 4-2 win over the Earthquakes on Sunday night.
2mUnion interim manager Jim Curtin believes that improving on defense is the key to turning the club's season around.
2mThe 2014 World Cup opened up on Thursday with host Brazil rallying for a 3-1 win over Croatia.
2mMatt Stairs' home run. Fourth-and-26. Scott Stevens' hit on Eric Lindros. Jim Curtin was there, and the interim Union manager understands what it means to be a Philly fan.
2mThe 700 Level provides predictions, key matches and Philadelphia comparisons for the World Cup, which kicks off in Brazil today.
2mDon't think the U.S. has a chance in the World Cup? Dave Zeitlin comes up with 10 reasons why the USMNT can survive and advance.
2mOne day after the Union fired John Hackworth, the club announced it has relieved Rob Vartughian of his duties as technical director and assistant coach.
2mThe 700 Level has everything you need to know on watching the World Cup in the Philadelphia area.
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